World War II versus Modern Day Cryptography
It’s been said that code breaking in the 1930s and 1940s shortened World War II by as much as two to four years and saved millions of lives. As the foundation of modern security system, modern cryptography has become an integral layer of defense within all digital business, both public and private. Understanding both classical and modern cryptography is essential for ALL roles in technology.
(Note the Dr. Strangelove Reference)
Codes, Puzzles, Ciphers!
Randy Lee is a Senior Systems Engineer for Veeam Software. Randy has led a variety of technology initiatives that have modernized legacy data centers and significantly reduced operating budgets while assuring non-disrupted operations. Randy has managed technology teams in manufacturing, healthcare, and the financial services industries where he focused on aligning technical strategies with corporate business objectives. Randy has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/MIS with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Randy is a Merit Badge Counselor for the Boy Scouts of America, an instructor with the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, and a Mentor for the Air Force Association CyberPatriot Program. Randy resides with his family in the Milwaukee area.